I, AnnaMariah, was at a talk recently and the speaker was Oregon Congressman, Greg Walden, who is chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Communications and Technology. In this role, he worked to pass legislation to grow American jobs by expanding access to wireless broadband – i.e. 5g networks. He was a dynamic speaker who sincerely seems to believe that rolling out 5g networks nationwide is a positive thing.
With great feeling, he discussed the sad case of tens of thousands of people in rural areas without access to cell reception or the internet. I could feel those around me agreeing that everyone needs and deserves access to high-speed internet and that anything else is unimaginable.
Stop Smart Meters and 5G Networks from Coming to Your Neighborhood
At the moment, there are 4 bills in California which will strip ordinary citizens of the right to restrict the type of telecommunications equipment they can install in your neighborhood – in fact – right in front of your house. Try to imagine mini-cell-towers hanging 20 feet from your 2nd floor bedroom window. Why should you care what California is doing? California is the first place all kinds of new technology is installed. If they can get it installed there, it gets installed in the rest of the country over a period of months or years.
Living Organisms Can Not Tolerate the Proposed Pulsed Microwave Technology
Studies show that wildlife, bees, trees and insects are already being affected by WiFi. People are also affected by wireless technology. Continue reading →
5G is the next generation of wireless. 1G allowed us to use cellphones. 2G allowed for texting. 3G allowed internet access. 4G sped up our connections be it phone, text or internet. But, the 4G network is just about maxed out. The 5G network will allow for a 1000x more traffic and be 10x faster than 4G. To answer the question of what is a 5G network, we need to look at the 5 technologies that will be used to implement 5G. Continue reading →